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Emery, welcome back.
Emery Smith: Well, thanks, Dave. I can’t wait to get into this one.
David: So one of the things that I’m curious about, because there’s a lot of light bulbs going off in my head right now, we have the crash site in Antarctica that we’ve already talked about before.
David: You said there’s a very massive . . . You confirmed independently, a very massive mothership there . . .
David: . . . that we’ve been studying for how long?
Emery: As far as I know, through these scientists, 24 years.
David: Okay. And we have some kind of connection between that wreckage and the underground civilization that you described in Ecuador, . . .
David: . . . which you said is actually . . . started maybe as a craft, but then it got built out or something?
Emery: Yeah. I think the energy of the craft must have stimulated . . . must have had also organisms on it, or bacteria, because it changed the inside of the cavern into a different atmosphere, even.
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In a world where the average person consumes more resources than could possibly be regenerated in their lifetime, it’s no surprise to hear that our quickening resource consumption is resulting in a slow-motion collapse of the environment and all life on the planet.
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Recent release of multiple Department of Defence videos of UFOs from several countries has sparked more interest in the UFO phenomenon, the latest example came from the United States, with a quick release of three UFOs shot by military pilots. In all cases, the observed phenomenon displayed characteristics that are not consistent with any type…Read more